Examples of headgear in a Sentence
The law requires cyclists to wear protective headgear.
Her preferred form of headgear is a big, floppy hat.
Recent Examples of headgear from the Web
Sia hides her visage with huge bows, wigs, and all manner of headgear.
The version released Wednesday includes goggle-like headgear, called Lightwear, hooked to a pocket-sized Lightpack computer.
Some students at Texas A&M got in the holiday spirit Thursday night by donning reindeer headgear and racing through campus while dragging Santa on his sleigh in the cold snow without anything to keep them warm.
But, swapping headgear back and forth could spread lice.
And Cate Blanchett, of course, as the villainous Hela, goddess of death. Nice headgear, Hela.
Most hunters now don padded headgear that, however inelegant, is a lot more useful in the event a rider becomes a human cannonball.
Young museumgoers donned virtual reality headgear and swam across the ocean depths, their first-person perspective was that of a beluga whale in search of scrumptious octopi and fish.
The dickey-style headgear is both reminiscent of a medieval knight’s mail hood and the winged hats of The Handmaid’s Tale.
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First Known Use of headgear
Synonymscap, chapeau, headdress, hat, headpiece, lid [slang]
Related Wordsbaseball cap, beret, billycock [British], biretta, boater, bonnet, bowler, calotte, capuche, casque, castor, cloche, cocked hat, cowboy hat, cowl, derby, fedora, fez, garrison cap, hard hat, helm, helmet, high hat, homburg, hood, kepi (also képi), kufi, leghorn, miter (or mitre), nightcap, opera hat, overseas cap, panama, picture hat, pillbox, plug hat, porkpie hat, service cap, shako, silk hat, skimmer, skullcap, sombrero, sou'wester, Stetson, stocking cap, stovepipe, sunbonnet, tam, tam-o'-shanter, ten-gallon hat, top hat, topper, toque, tricorne (or tricorn), turban, zucchetto; warbonnet
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